Fairfield shares holiday spirit

December 30, 2013

Marge Butler, center, was last week’s Shop Fairfield First winner. Butler was shopping at The Old Station in Ridgeway when she entered in her winning ticket. She bought a wreath and produce during her visit to the store that is located off of Dogwood Avenue. Store owner Phyllis Dinkins, left, and Fairfield County Chamber of Commerce president Terry Vickers, right, presented Butler with a $50 award for participating in Shop Fairfield First.

Lugoff resident Sandra Brown, middle, is this week’s Shop Fairfield First winner. She was buying clothes for her grandchildren at the Goody’s in Winnsboro when she entered the winning ticket. Goody’s manager Mary McMahan, left, and Chamber of Commerce administrative assistant Susan Yenner, right, presented Brown with a $50 award for shopping Fairfield first.

Photos by Kevin Boozer |The Herald Independent

As part of her work with the We Care Program, Corporal Francine Goins with Winnsboro Department of Public Safety coordinated the first WDPS Seniors Christmas Luncheon this year.

The courthouse was trimmed to wish residents Happy Holidays.

The newly renovated Winnsboro Town Clock was decorated for Christmas time this year.

The Fairfield Middle School Chorus performed a variety of Christmas music at the Christmas Luncheon hosted at the Winnsboro Woman’s Club.

Shirley Green, Bill Haslett and Linda Haslett enjoyed food and fellowship at the Chamber of Commerce Christmas reception at Songbird Manor.

Lydia Merchant and Nicholle Burroughs with CB&I take a moment to pose beside the Christmas tree in Songbird Manor. The two attended the event to network with other Fairfield County Chamber of Commerce Members.